We're getting to know another great CFCR host this month in Lindsay Adams. Lindsay's no longer hosting on a regular basis, but we think she's great and you will too!
Check out the first edition of "Get To Know A CFCR Volunteer" of 2016! This time, we're learning a bit about Thursday night/Friday morning host Matty D, who really likes British TV, and really DOESN'T like fruit on his pizza or waffles.
We're back for another edition of "Get To Know A CFCR Volunteer!" This time, we're celebrating long-time Hot Buttered Soul host and all-around swell guy Bill Jones!
OK, it's been a minute since we last posted one of these (usually) monthly features, but it'll be worth the wait once you get to know CFCR's world music aficianado and jazz enthusiast, Wednesday Swing Shift host Patricia Pavey!
Once again, we've got a bit of a bittersweet edition of "Get To Know A CFCR Volunteer" for you. CFCR host Jenna-Lee Hyde is about to leave her post on Mom, I'm A Thespian, but her co-host Kate Herriot will continue to carry the show's torch, so you'll still get great info and interviews about local live theatre on Friday evenings! Click on to learn a bit more about Jenna-Lee & Kate!
In this edition of "Get To Know A CFCR Volunteer," we put host of The A Word Bart Gazzola in the hot seat. Bart has been a CFCR host & volunteer for almost a decade, and he has just announced he's leaving the province, so we thought we'd better snag him while we still could!
Our coverage of the Sled Island Music Festival 2015 edition starts with a recap by former CFCR host and current sing-tarist for Saskatoon band Susan, Josh Rohs.
Local band The Radiation Flowers have another brand new song for you to listen to. It's neat!
Instead of posting a May edition of Get To Know A CFCR Volunteer, we waited for early June to feature Paul Pybus, whose Fake Headlines Program is about to celebrate its 777th episode! Holy smokes!
The Ness Creek Music Festival celebrates their 25th anniversary July 16th - 19th, 2015, and you're officially invited to check out the wonderful lineup of music, forest, food, and fun!
Saskatoon's foremost tech-fueled music festival, MoSoFest is celebrating their fifth year, from June 18-21. Along with it's conjoined tech conference, the festival will feature over 65 events, from keynote addresses to intimate performances to sweaty rock n' roll shows.
Remember that Sesame Street song, “These are the people in your neighbourhood?” Well, here’s a new feature about the people at your community radio station! You like to party, and we like to party, so why don’t we party together?
As the fog begins to clear on 2015, we'd like to give you a couple of lists ('tis the season after all) of a few of our hosts' favourite musical releases of the year that was 2014.